Piper PA28 Cherokee
Piper Aircraft Company developed the PA28 line starting with the Cherokee 140 in 1964 and the design process continued until the release of the 201 Turbo Arrow IV which was certified in 1978. Various engines have been used throughout the various variants with the majority of the engines being made by Lycoming. The PA28, as with all Piper designs, is a low-wing aircraft with substantially more wing dihedral than high-wing aircraft made by manufacturers such as Cessna. Today, the PA28 Arrow, Archer LX and Archer TX are still in production.
For the purpose of this page we will focus on the PA28 Warrior that is commonly used in flight training around the world.
Material linked above is for reference purposes only. Aircraft pictures are courtesy of Carenado.